Who Sang A Passage to Bangkok? Rush

RusH 2112 cover art
writers: Neil Elwood Peart, Gary Lee Weinrib, Alex Zivojinovich
release date: 1976-4-1
genres: Rock
styles: Hard Rock/Prog Rock/Classic Rock
length: 3:35
producer: Rush and Terry Brown
engineer: Terry Brown
arranger: Terry Brown and Rush
vocal: Geddy Lee
guitar: Alex Lifeson
bass guitar: Geddy Lee
percussion: Neil Peart
Our first stop is in Bogotà
To check Columbian fields
The natives smile and pass along
A sample of their yield
Sweet Jamaican pipe dreams
Golden Acapulco nights
Then Morocco, and the East
Fly by morning light

We're on the train to Bangkok
Aboard the Thailand Express
We'll hit the stops along the way
We only stop for the best

Wreathed in smoke in Lebanon
We burn the midnight oil
The fragrance of Afghanistan
Rewards a long day's toil
Pulling into Kathmandu
Smoke rings fill the air
Perfumed by a Nepal night
The Express gets you there

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 2112: I. Overture / II. The Temples of Syrinx / III. Discovery / IV. Presentation / V. Oracle: The Dream / VI. Soliloquy / VII. Grand Finale
  • 2 A Passage to Bangkok
  • 3 The Twilight Zone
  • 4 Lessons
  • 5 Tears
  • 6 Something for Nothing

  • Album Information
    label: Mercury Records
    country(area): Canada
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin